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Helen Ford Wallace:Parties, Etc.: Aug. 10

Wedding Shower, Chef' Party, Open House
By Helen Ford Wallace Published: August 10, 2014


Wedding shower: Kylee Belflower and John Glaser were honored at a wedding shower in the home of Brenna See. Co-hostesses were Annie Stull, Ashley Stark, Carly Minks, Elizabeth Humble and Jessica Garoutte.

Food/flowers: On the menu were salad, pork sandwiches, mac & cheese, a vegetable tray, fried green beans, ice cream and chocolate chip cookies. Outside, bouquets of flowers were set on bistro tables and outdoor globe lights were hung. Napkins and cups were branded with the couple’s names.

Gifts: Guests brought gift certificates for the engaged couple who live in Corona del Mar, Calif. The wedding is set for Nov. 1 in California. The hostesses gave them wine glasses.

At the party: Among the 75 guests were Paul and Robin Belflower, Ron and Gay Norgaard, Randy and Rikki Pittman, Jo Dee and Joe Lunn, Adam Belflower, Baylee Belflower and Candi and Don Bullard, Paula and Bert Belanger, Christa and John Chain, Elizabeth and Kyle Gillum, Andrea and Paul Heafy, Janet and Mark Price, Jamie and Willam Taylor and Beth and Edward Wells.


Event: Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club executive chef Mark Brown organized an event featuring visiting country club chefs from Florida and his own culinary team for East Heads West Dinner. Eighty people attended the dinner and wine tasting reception. Proceeds from the dinner went to the staff education fund.

Notables: Preparing a six-course dinner were country club chefs Richard Crisanti, Bonita Springs, Fla.; Brian Lord and Chas Tatitian Naples, Fla.; David Durante, Fort Myers, Fla.; Scott Ross, Hobe South, Fla.; and Toni Gullet, Oklahoma City. They came for a chefs retreat enroute to the American Culinary Federation’s National Conference in Kansas City, Mo.

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